Call for Papers
International Congress on Islamic Economics and Finance (ICISEF)
October 21-23 October 2015
Event Website: http://www.icisef.org/en
There has been growing interest in the field of Islamic Economics and Finance across the World, Muslim and non-Muslim countries alike. The stunning interest toward Islamic financial services stems from the fact that Islamic finance is growing much faster than the conventional one. Global Islamic investments have been reached to a great magnitude. However, this interest puts pressure and responsibility on the researchers and the professionals in the field of Islamic Economics and Finance to develop and promote truly Islamic ways of finance, investment and business.
To this end, Sakarya University, one of the leading institutions in Turkey in Islamic Economics and Finance, is organizing an international congress on Islamic Economics and Finance. The University is the first one in Turkey with its pure graduate program in the area of Islamic Economics and Finance and offers many elective undergraduate courses as well. Sakarya University has been organizing workshops in the field.“Islamic Economics and Finance Education”, “Public Participation Banking”, and “Financial Engineering and Fatwa Processes” have been the topics covered in the workshops so far. Now, the University has decided to organize first international congress on Islamic Economics and Finance in collaboration with Durham University, UK.
International Congress on Islamic Economics and Finance (ICISEF) will be held during 21-23October, 2015.The objective of ICISEF-2015 is to provide a platform for researchers, academicians as well as industrial and business professionals from all over the world to present their research papers in the area of Islamic Economics and Finance. It is expected that ICISEF-2015 would serve as a discussion forum and platform and that strengthen the link between academia and industry.
The Institute of Social Sciences and the Research Center for Islamic Economics and Finance at Sakarya University cordially invite abstracts and full length research papers from researchers to address any area of Islamic economics and finance including but not limited to:
Income distribution, poverty
Islamic Banking practice
Corporate social responsibility
Accounting in Islamic Banking
Islamic Capital Markets
Islamic indices and mutual funds
Islamic financial literacy
Corporate governance and social responsibility
Differences in FiqhJurisdictions
Papers in Turkish, English and Arabic are welcome and simultaneous translation will be provided.
“Best paper” award will be granted for a paper for each of the following categories: Islamic Economics, Islamic Finance, Islamic Banking,Fiqh, and “young academician”
The papers presented in ICISEF-2015 will be considered for publication in the Research Journal of Islamic Economics and Finance (REJIEF)